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Suncatcher Bats – a kid’s Halloween craft for indoors or out!

We’ve been doing lots of art this week since it seems we’ve been taking turns feeling under the weather.  One day this week, I decided we should make some Halloween suncatcher bat decorations to hang in our tree in the front yard.  It turned out to be a really simple art activity that even really […]

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A Christmas Tree Suncatcher

Do you remember our Suncatcher Bats from Halloween?  I searched for a piece of recycled plastic to use for making those but couldn’t find anything on hand that would work, and I ended up improvising with plastic sheets run through the laminator.  They turned out darling!  Well…as darling as bats can be that is!This past […]

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Christmas Bubbles

Christmas bubbles

This is such a simple indoor bubble activity to set up and my kids have such fun with it that we’ve already done it several times!  To make our bubbles more festive for the holiday, this time we made red and green bubble solutions for Christmas!! First, we started by making our homemade bubble solution, […]

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Simple Sticker Christmas Trees

This is one of the easiest crafts my kids have done this Christmas!  These Christmas trees with sticker ornaments couldn’t be simpler and the kids had a lot of fun crafting them.  Coloring, painting, and using stickers are great for fine motor development which will help with future writing!!   Here are the very easy directions: 1. […]

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Mad Bubble Scientist: Simple Ingredients, Amazing Results!

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Come check out my latest WRAL: Go Ask Mom guest post which shares instructions for a really fun and super simple science experiment your kids will LOVE: Mad Bubble Scientist!  Using everyday ingredients I’m sure you already have on hand, you’ll be able to create some really amazing bubbles!!! Read my latest post on WRAL: […]

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